My workouts last week were mediocre at best. As I was saying yesterday, I was drained from the entire week and all the unknowns. But the mission was accomplished. I’ll be able to tell my grandchildren about it one day, hopefully…. All because I followed one principle, the one that it tattooed on my wrist: Do What You Said You Would Do. And that’s what I did. There were multiple times I almost pulled out, backed off and shrank back. But I didn’t, because everytime I look at my
The emotions I had on Monday and the drive in and when I got to Newell Strength on Monday the 18th are very hard to describe. They were unmatched by anything else I had ever experienced. Anyhow, my grandfather, Leo, WW2 veteran and my family, were here to support as well as a lot of friends and family from the community. I continued doing interviews, one after the other until it was time to open at 4 PM. At that time, we played the national anthem. It was awesome! Everyone st
Two weeks ago began the most amazing and emotional week of my life. I had made a video to give people hope on a Tuesday night about our choice to open Newell Strength. Within a few hours it had almost 10K views. Fox News reached out the next day and it was on. My intention for opening Newell Strength was more about hope than anything. If was just about opening up for business, the easier thing would have been to stay closed. Saturday I had the interview on national television
In today’s podcast, I continue the discussion about faith over fear. Keep in mind that this was recorded about a month ago, valid points, interesting insights but notice how the energy has changed since. Enjoy the show! www.newellstrength.com/single-post/2020/05/26/Faith-Over-Fear-in-the-Corona-Climate-Part-2 Be unconventional - Kyle Newell P.S-By the end of the week I will have a date ready for you for our annual Fat Shredder contest, so stay tuned!!!!
One week ago, I had no idea where I’d be today. I’ll get to telling you about the historic Monday from a week ago as the week goes on…. But today is a big day. It is Tank’s birthday, it’s Memorial Day and as you read this I am down at the Jersey shore, getting ready to give a speech to a couple thousand people. Funny enough, I don’t even know what I am going to talk about, but I do know it’ll come from the heart. We will celebrate Colt’s birthday later in the afternoon and re